Seat Unique named premium hospitality provider for Jacksonville Jaguars in the UK

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Seat Unique has been appointed as the official premium hospitality provider of the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars in the UK. 

The deal covers the Jaguars’ game at Wembley Stadium on October 1 against Atlanta Falcons. Official hospitality packages and premium tickets for the game will be available to purchase from tomorrow (Friday) via Seat Unique.

Seat Unique will exclusively create premium ticket and hospitality packages for fans including the Arc hospitality lounge, where former players from Jacksonville and the Jaguars Cheerleading squad will provide entertainment. Further experiences include the Shadows option, where fans can see players up close before they take to the field.

Additional hospitality options at Club Wembley will also be available through the Seat Unique platform.

The partnership hopes to result in making Wembley feel like a true Jaguars home game, offering unique opportunities to fans to experience what it would be like at a regular-season fixture in Jacksonville while also embracing Wembley.

Robin Sherry, chief executive and founder at Seat Unique, said: “We are proud to partner with Jacksonville Jaguars UK to offer fans unforgettable premium experiences and increase the visibility of American sports among UK audiences.

“Seat Unique is dedicated to providing fans with access to the best live events. With Jacksonville Jaguars vs Atlanta Falcons, we’re taking this commitment to the next level, giving fans the chance to relish the ultimate American experience in London in style.

“We look forward to seeing fans enjoy two truly memorable nights of world-class entertainment, complete with exceptional hospitality and an unrivalled atmosphere.”

Maria Gigante, vice-president of UK operations for the Jaguars, added: “We are very excited to work with partners who share our vision to provide best in class experiences for our fans, and we know that working with Seat Unique will enable us to do this for our home game at Wembley Stadium.

“There are so many experiences that will really amplify the enjoyment of our events and enable fans of American football to get closer to the action, whilst enjoying premium service and hospitality, we are very much looking forward to a successful partnership.”

Jacksonville Jaguars will become the first NFL franchise to play two games outside of the US in a single season, as the team will also feature against the Buffalo Bills at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

It was also revealed yesterday (Wednesday) that Frankfurt’s Deutsche Bank Park will host two NFL regular-season games this year. The 51,500-capacity stadium will host Kansas City Chiefs as the side takes on Miami Dolphins followed by the New England Patriots vs Indianapolis Colts the weekend after.